Lord, here today my great need I am feeling

Lord, here today my great need I am feeling

Author: William H. Woulds
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Lord, here today my great need I am feeling;
Wilt thou not visit my soul once again?
I long to feel thy sweet touch and its healing;
Wonderful Healer, touch me again.

Refrain:
Touch me again, touch me again,
Wonderful Healer, touch me again.

2 Often I’ve pressed thro ugh the throng for the blessing
Which, through my doubting, I’ve failed to obtain;
Here once again to thy feet I am pressing;
Wonderful Healer, touch me again.

3 Only in thee can I find liberation,
Cleansing and freedom from sin’s hidden stain;
Only in thee can I find full salvation,
Wonderful Healer, touch me again.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #610

Author: William H. Woulds

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First Line: Lord, here today my great need I am feeling
Author: William H. Woulds
Refrain First Line: Touch me again

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #610

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